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Chop Chop

USA 2020
produced by
Rony Patel for Fairwolf Productions
directed by Rony Patel
starring Atala Arce, Jake Taylor, David Harper, Mike Thompson, Jeremy Jordan, Mikael Mattsson, James McCabe, Nicholas Correnti, Natasha Missick, Lizzie Chaplin (voice)
written by Rony Patel, Andrew Ericksen, makeup effects by Ivan Gonzalez, Miranda Sweeden

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Liv (Atala Arce) and Chuck (Jake Taylor) have nothing on their mind but spending a romantic evening together, but then, while Chuck's in the shower, Teddy (David Harper) shows up, dressed up like a pizza guy, pizza box in hand, and he wants to hand Liv the pizza, no matter what, but apart from neither her nor Chuck having ordered pizza, he also seems incredibly creepy, so she pushes him out rather rudely and locks the door - to find him on the couch in the living room. And it now becomes apparent that he wants to kill her, and it's really fortunate that Chuck comes to her rescue and kills Teddy to save her. Still they decide to not call the police but saw him into pieces, and then drive the pieces into a different part of town in Teddy's own car. And there's where they misstep as Teddy's a serialkiller that has shown up on the police's radar, and detective Minaya (Jeremy Jordan) is actually observing him, and when Chuck drives away the car, he follows, believing Chuck to be the killer. Of course, finding the bodyparts in Teddy's car only supports his suspicions - and Liv has to kill him to save Chuck. Chuck makes a call to an underworld connection of his (Natasha Missick), who promises him to get rid of the corpses in return of him doing her a favour - a favour that ultimately ends with him and Liv finding themselves tied up in the garage of sadistic psychopath Clark (Mikael Mattsson), with detective Minaya, who has turned out not to be dead at all (yet), and the only thing that Clark enjoys more than killing is torturing. But to make matters more interesting, he has brought Butch, no other than Teddy's brother (and thus also played by David Harper), to join in the fun ...


Chop Chop is a rather brilliant darkly ironic thriller following Murphy's Law of whatever can go wrong will go wrong, and playing it out to multiplying proportions, really. And a steady pace really sees to it that the audience never gets bored, while a nice balance between suspense and violent outbursts keeps one at the edge of one's seat throghout, with director Rony Patel not shying away from the gruesome parts without ever trying to gross out just for the sake of it. And some very solid performnces only help making this a pretty cool movie.


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